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Seite 146 - OF MILITARY BRIDGES, in Use by the United States »•-} Army ; those adopted by the Great European Powers ; and such as are employed in British India. With Directions for the .Preservation, Destruction, and Re-establishment of Bridges.
Seite iii - EDWIN M. ST ANTON, Secretary of War. TJ S. TACTICS FOR COLORED TROOPS. US Infantry Tactics, for the Instruction, Exercise, and Manoeuvres of the Soldier, a Company, Line of Skirmishers, and Battalion, for the use of the COLORED TROOPS of the United States Infantry. Prepared under the direction of the War Department, i volume* 24mo.
Seite iii - Instruction for Heavy Artillery ; prepared by a Board of Officers, for the use of the Army of the United States. With service of a gun mounted on an iron carriage.
Seite i - Field Artillery, prepared under direction of the War department, having been approved by the President, is adopted for the instruction of troops when acting as field artillery. •* Accordingly, instruction In the same will be given after the method pointed out therein; and all additions to or departures from the exercise and manoeuvres laid down in the system, are positively forbidden.